Webinar Replay: Assistant, Digitech, or Digital Tech – Working with the Right Team for the Right Job

Sep 29, 2017

The right people on your team can make even the most complex shoot run super smooth. Having worked together on clients shoots for the likes of, Island/Universal Records, President Barack Obama and Red Bull, Drew Gurian and Michael Cardiello run a photoshoot like a well-choreographed performance. In this session the two share real work experiences for…

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Capture One Pro 10.2 Releases and New Spectrum Styles Pack

Sep 22, 2017

Phase One has released a new update for their professional photo editing software, Capture One Pro, bringing additional camera and lens support for the latest gear. The company has also introduced a new, less expensive Styles Pack for color grading your images in Capture One. Capture One Pro 10.2 supports files from the new IQ3 100MP…

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Lightroom on Tour with Scott Kelby – Phoenix, Arizona

Sep 22, 2017

Spend a day with Tether Tools Pro Scott Kelby and take your Lightroom skills to the next level. The entire day is designed to give you the maximum bang for your buck by focusing on the stuff today’s photographers really need to know in Lightroom (and by skipping the fluff you can leave behind). It’s…

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C-Leeuwarden Photography Expo

Sep 21, 2017

C-Leeuwarden (pronounced as “See Leeuwarden”) is a photography event intended for anyone who is enthusiastic and serious about photography. Not only the (semi) professional, but especially the hobbyist who may want to take the next step is welcome. On Sunday, October 15th,  he largest photography event in northern Netherlands will be hosted in the Rhine in Leeuwarden . C-Leeuwarden drew…

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How I Got the Shot with Zach Sutton

Sep 20, 2017

Bio: Zach Sutton is a Los Angeles Photographer specializing in Headshots, Portraits, Events, and Weddings. Zach’s passion is to simply take great photos that contain an style unlike other photographers. He is available for hire for portrait sessions, headshot photography, wedding photography, commercial photography and event photography in Los Angeles, California and the surrounding areas. Zach…

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3 Tips for Keeping Your Photography Studio Organized

Sep 19, 2017

  Chaos in the studio leads to time wasted, frustration, and an unsafe work environment. Keep your studio organized with these tips! Organizing Seamless Paper and Diffusion Rolls JerkStopper ProTab Cable Ties aren’t just for keeping cables untangled and well maintained. The large ProTab cable ties are perfect for wrapping around seamless paper and diffusion…

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CreativeLive Photo Week 2017

Sep 19, 2017

40 HAND-PICKED CLASSES 16+ WORLD RENOWNED PHOTOGRAPHERS 5 EDUCATION-PACKED DAYS TO LAUNCH YOUR PHOTOGRAPHY CAREER. CreativeLive’s biggest online photography education event is back! With 40 expertly-designed classes taught by 16 of the industry’s leading photographers, learn the essentials you need to bridge your education gap, and launch your successful photography career. No more random google…

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Assistant or Digital Tech – Working with the Right Team for the Right Job (In Person and Live Online)

Sep 18, 2017

The right people on your team can make even the most complex shoot run super smooth. Having worked together on clients shoots for the likes of, Island/Universal Records, President Barack Obama and Red Bull, Drew Gurian and Michael Cardiello run a photoshoot like a well-choreographed performance. In this session they’ll share real work experiences for getting…

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How to Power Your Camera with a Solar Panel

Sep 13, 2017

  For photographers and filmmakers who want to shoot time-lapse, star trails, video, and more without downtime or having to constantly swap out expensive proprietary camera batteries, the Case Relay Power System from Tether Tools is an invaluable tool. The photographers at National Parks at Night call the Case Relay a “game-changer” (read their review…

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Coming Soon: TetherPro USB-C Cables

Sep 11, 2017

Tether Tools is in the final stages of the manufacturing process on USB-C cables. We will produce USB-C to USB-C, USB-C to USB A and USB-C to each individual camera port. Our goal is to provide you with a single cable to meet your needs whether you have USB-C on your camera, computer or both….

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